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Jul 16, 2011 11:00pm EDT
look at how they operate in the differences between countries. i found out one big railroad. my guys are the same guys in mexico and canada, and the united states, capital from the same place. the technology from all the rest comes from the same place. the roads were operated. so at that point, as is usual in my book, i realized i did not know what i was talking about in the book became very different from the one i set out to write as all talk about later, it was david. i started out thinking that these are going to be powerful efficient corporations with a berth in the churn in the north american west to don't really expect to see it. i did find some in the north american west which is not what i expected to sign. my maternity has as much to do with failure as success. >> one way to read your book, at least in my view is you connect to kind of running argument with the great austrian born longtime harvard economist, joseph schell later, who is most well-known for the phrase created distraction in the history of capitalism and modern economy is all about creative disruption. and as
Jul 3, 2011 11:00pm EDT
you find they are encouraging women to be independent of men. that is why they were big supporters of divorce, and they looked upon marriage as a very confining role in life. gloria steinem said that when a woman gets married she becomes a semi non-person. dann said the life of a wife and mother was living in a comfortable concentration camp. that was their attitude. the social degradation of women was a major goal on the feminist movement, and it wasn't using the argument that it takes two incomes to support the family. that wasn't why they wanted to get her home. not for the economic reasons, but for social and cultural reasons because they tried to tell women that you were just a parasite, your life is not accomplishing anything. the only way to have fulfillment is to be independent of men and have your own career. the pulitzer prize finalist will speak about native american history, the continued struggles of native tribes and the consequences of misusing resources and the environment. she is the author of more than a dozen books and collections of poetry including the woman wh
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